Sisterhood provides an opportunity for women of the congregation to strengthen their ties to each other. Learn about our rich programming and how you can get involved!
In advance of the Festival of Lights, learn the untold story of Judith, Chanukah heroine. Rabbi Erica Gerson hosts the Sisterhood for this special night of Torah, nosh and connection.
Sip bubbly and make connections while sampling confectionery delights from gourmet chocolatier Joshua Needleman, creator of Chocolate Springs Café. All attendees will receive a gift box of chocolates and homemade hot chocolate mix to take home!RSVP
If we are what we eat, pastrami, latkes and kugel add up to more than clogged arteries. They are portraits of our grandmas’ kitchens, of holiday dinners and of a culture that runs through our veins. Create and taste some of these delights and discover what they tell us about our culture, our relationship to food and how we define what is Jewish.RSVP
Join us for this empowering annual event, and help us celebrate Women in Science by meeting some of the talented and accomplished women in our congregation who are shaping the future of our world in various scientific fields.
Sisterhood Volunteers at St. Xavier’s Soup Kitchen—APR 5 11:45 AM
Sisterhood at the CRS Homeless Shelter: Interested but nervous? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll walk you through the process and de-mystify it for you.
Brotherhood hosts some of Rodeph Sholom’s most beloved traditions—including the Chanukah Latke Oneg, Movie Night, Tuesday pick-up basketball, and Purim “After Dark”.
New this year is a return of Brotherhood Torah Study. This event will be hosted in a congregant’s home and will allow men of the congregation to learn together and discuss text with a clergy member.
Brotherhood will be hosting two wine and conversation evenings to spark new connections together.
An adults-only Erev Purim experience that will have you celebrating like it’s 499.
Join us to celebrate Israel’s Independence Day, Yom HaAtzma’ut, at a special Shabbat service followed by dinner and discussion led by the directors of Colliding Dreams (2015). They will screen excerpts from their documentary, which has been called “a gripping exploration of Zionism’s meaning, history and future.” There will be ample time for Q&A about Zionism’s impact on Jews, Israelis, and Palestinians. Co-sponsored by the Israel Committee.